211 Asian Basement Design Ideas

NoPo Master Suite
NoPo Master Suite
Howells Architecture + DesignHowells Architecture + Design
A poky upstairs layout becomes a spacious master suite, complete with a Japanese soaking tub to warm up in the long, wet months of the Pacific Northwest. The master bath now contains a central space for the vanity, a “wet room” with shower and an "ofuro" soaking tub, and a private toilet room. Photos by Laurie Black
Bellevue Sunroom/ Spa Addition with Deck
Bellevue Sunroom/ Spa Addition with Deck
Flying DormerFlying Dormer
The European homeowners wanted to create a space for a new sauna and hot tub, as well as a place to relax afterwards. It needed to be light and bright, and have a warm but modern feel. We built this addition under the existing deck, and spruced up the deck at the same time to enjoy the nice territorial views. The walls of the addition are cedar, with built-ins and deep cabinets for storage. There is a walk-in, tiled shower with built-in bench just off the sauna, and a seating area with tv for relaxing. The floor is stained concrete. The 14-foot wall of windows (including a door to the hot tub), and the secondary window wall that includes french doors allows the maximum amount of light into the space and really creates that spa feeling. The plans evolved during construction to include a larger sauna (thereby reducing the shower size somewhat) and a much larger hot tub than originally planned. The solution was to move the hot tub outside, which had the benefit of opening up more space inside for a yoga/ workout area. The hot tub is covered by a glass roof so it can be enjoyed year-round under the stars.
Zen Spa & Lounge
Zen Spa & Lounge
Pierre Jean-Baptiste InteriorsPierre Jean-Baptiste Interiors
This lower-level space was designed with a “Zen” vibe per the client style and request. We included a meditation area, doggy bed space near the sofa in the common area. In this common area space, we provided an elegant yet playful compilation of grains and textures. The grey variations create a calming atmosphere warmed by the fireplace, while the inclusion of the living wall brings light and life to the space creating the perfect balance for meditation and relaxation. Across from the lounge space is a small area for Yoga, light working out, and meditation. In the shower & sauna space, we outfitted with elegant engraved marble tile as well as deep charcoal accent tile that ties in with the dark metal features selected for the room. The sauna space has dimmable lighting, and speakers made the space a relaxing oasis. The laundry area includes an Energy Star, smart technology washer and dryer set. The addition of cabinets topped with a granite top creates a gorgeous, but functional space.
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市川の家
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長浜信幸建築設計事務所長浜信幸建築設計事務所
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Design Ideas - Chinese Antique Chairs - Shanghai Green Antiques
Design Ideas - Chinese Antique Chairs - Shanghai Green Antiques
ARTifacts/Shanghai Green AntiquesARTifacts/Shanghai Green Antiques
Lovely Chinese Antique Stool ( Late Qing Dynasty ), shown as set in the basement bar area at the 5,300 sq.ft. Mountain Forest 136 home in Shanghai China, designed and developed by the Green Antiques Design Team. GREEN ANTIQUES holds one of the largest collections of Chinese antique chairs in the world, including literally thousands of sets of antique Chinese chairs, stools, benches, kitchen stools, dining chairs, armchairs, garden chairs, patio chairs, outdoor benches, carved chairs, carved stools, carved benches and every other shape and style of chairs imaginable. GREEN ANTIQUES is one of China's largest antiques shop, with a 100,000 sq.ft. showroom containing thousands of Chinese antique cabinets; interior and exterior courtyard doors; windows; carvings; tables; chairs; beds; wood and stone Buddhist, Taoist, Animist, and other statues; corbels, ceilings, beams and other architectural elements; horse carts; stone hitching posts; ancestor portraits and Buddhist / Taoist paintings; ancient shrines, thrones and wedding palanquins; antique embroidery, purses and hats from many of the 56 minority tribes of China; and a large collection of boxes, baskets, chests, pots, vases and other items. The GREEN ANTIQUES design and development team have designed, built and remodeled dozens of high end homes in China and the United States, each and every one loaded with antique Chinese architectural elements, statues and furniture. They would be happy to help you to achieve your design goals.
Zen Spa & Lounge
Zen Spa & Lounge
Pierre Jean-Baptiste InteriorsPierre Jean-Baptiste Interiors
This lower-level space was designed with a “Zen” vibe per the client style and request. We included a meditation area, doggy bed space near the sofa in the common area. In this common area space, we provided an elegant yet playful compilation of grains and textures. The grey variations create a calming atmosphere warmed by the fireplace, while the inclusion of the living wall brings light and life to the space creating the perfect balance for meditation and relaxation. Across from the lounge space is a small area for Yoga, light working out, and meditation. In the shower & sauna space, we outfitted with elegant engraved marble tile as well as deep charcoal accent tile that ties in with the dark metal features selected for the room. The sauna space has dimmable lighting, and speakers made the space a relaxing oasis. The laundry area includes an Energy Star, smart technology washer and dryer set. The addition of cabinets topped with a granite top creates a gorgeous, but functional space.
Crystal Lake Project
Crystal Lake Project
UserUser
The entrance to this basement guest room features a pair of antique Asian wedding wardrobes. Round stone sculptures adorn the tops of these wardrobes. Above the console is one of two Art Nouveau prints. The grey walls are host to the dark stained fir wood ceiling beams and trim. 100% wool custom woven wall to wall carpet adds a softness and harmonizes with the soft grey walls. Visible are the stairs leading up to the main floor living area. Photo by Roger Turk

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